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's "closing bell" exchange, dan mcmahon from raymond james is going to join us. also, john from gfi group. our senior economics reporter, steve liesman, and our own rick santelli. john, it is clear that the fiscal cliff has wall street's full attention right now. do you expect a -- something to happen by december 31 or not? >> we expect something is going to happen. what that's going to be, we don't have the clarity we're expecting just yet. i think it's simple math. everybody knows what has to be done. obviously, we've had many, many studies over the course of the last few years that tell us what has to be done. so it is math. it's just about them getting in a room and hammering out the details. so we obviously need some revenue and some cuts across the board. i think it's how those are going play out in terms of what portion and how much is going to be what the market's really keying on. i think $4 trillion is basically the number that's kind of out there. i think if it comes in higher than that, it's going to be positive. if it doesn't, it's going to be a negative. >> so steve liesman, what
it was interesting yesterday that john boehner came out and said, look, we want to do a deal, we want to reach across the aisle, get things done. the president as well called his republican counterparts. do you think there's room for compromise here? what do you think happens? >> i don't think i have nearly enough information to say whether there's room for compromise. if i look at actions in history, things that are tangible, i guess my answer would probably be no. do i have some hope? yes, but hope isn't quantifiable. what's quantifiable is today's 30-year bond auction. i'll tell you what. we can talk about europe. it was spectacular. look at the charts, what happened at 1:00. look at the fact that we're at the lowest yields in a couple months in the 30-year. the longest duration instrument, and everybody's racing for a number of reasons. this election definitely maybe was one on social issues, immigration issues, but on the business side, it is clear. things like dodd frank aren't even part of the fiscal live. those issues are going to remain. taxes most likely will be higher. i think the business
. a real developing story and a scary one coming out of the middle east. tell me how you see things, john, for oil. >> we're going to continue to go higher, maria. this looks like it's the start of something. this was the first move by the israelis. took out two senior hamas leaders. they said this is going to be a multiweek exercise. when you're talking about hamas, you're really talking about iran's proxy state, iran's proxy army. so the fingerprints are all over it. the door is going to be wide open for a spillover even further into iran. make trouble in bahrain, make trouble in saudi arabia. it's really going to be on the rise here the next couple weeks. >> new york oil is up 86 cents. am i wrong to believe it should be up more if this is that big of a deal? >> yes, bill. we would be down but for this episode today with the rest of the markets clearly. the outlook for oil demand next year keeps gets worse and worse as the economy looks to decline globally, particularly in china and japan. the fact we're up at all in the face of a 126-point down dow speaks a lot to the nervousness of t
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